Sizwe Zondo

Sizwe Zondo

Lecturer 

BA Hons (UCT); MA (UCT)

E-Mail: s.zondo@ru.ac.za

Teaching

    • Biological Psychology: Undergraduate Level
    • Clinical Neuropsychology: Postgraduate Level
    • Research Methodology: Undergraduate and postgraduate level
    • Neuropsychological Assessment: Postgraduate Level

Research Interests

    • Pediatric Neuropsychological Rehabilitation (HIV, and Head Injuries)
    • Pediatric Neuropsychology and Assessment
    • School Neuropsychology and educational rehabilitation
    • Rural Psychology and Indigenous  models of wellbeing (Ubuntu Psychology)
    • Zondo, S: Early signs of success in the cognitive rehabilitation of children living with
      HIV/AIDS. Paper presented at the Advances in Social Science, Management and and
      Human Behavior 2nd Conference. Zurich, Switzerland.

Publications

Chris, Kenyon., Sizwe Zondo., & Motasim, Badri (2010). Determinants of self perceived HIV risk is young South African engaged in concurrent sexual relationships. Journal of Reproductive Health, 14, 171-181. 

Chris Kenyon & Sizwe Zondo (2011). Why do some South African ethnic groups have high HIV rates and others not?  African Journal of AIDS Research, 10 (1), 51-62.

WHY HAVE SOCIO-ECONOMIC EXPLANATIONS BEEN FAVOURED OVER CULTURAL ONES IN EXPLAINING THE EXTENSIVE SPREAD OF HIV IN SOUTH AFRICA?

Authors: Chris Kenyon, MB ChB, MA, MPH,  Sizwe Zondo, MA,   Robert Colebunders, MD, PhD,   Sipho Dlamini, MB ChB, FCP (SA)

‘Early Signs of success in the cognitive rehabilitation of children living with HIV/AIDS in rural South Africa”

Sizwe Zondo & Anja Mulder

Advances In Social Science, Management and Human Behaviour: SMHB 2014

 doi: 10.15224/978-1-63248-032-3-116

Kenyon, C., Colebunders, R., Dlamini, S., Meulemans, H & Zondo, S (2016). A critical
appraisal of the Ideology of monogamy’s influence on HIV Epidemiology. World Journal of
AIDS, 6, 16-26.


Zondo, S & Mulder, A (2015). Early signs of success in the cognitive rehabilitation of
children living with HIV/AIDS. International Journal of Social Science & Human Behavior Study, 2
(1) 105-109.


Kenyon, C., Zondo, S, Colebunders, R., & Dlamini, S (2012). Why have socio-economic
explanations been favored over cultural ones in explaining the extensive spread of HIV in
South Africa. The Southern African Journal of HIV Medicine, 2, (1), 14-16.


Kenyon, C & Zondo, S (2011). Why do some South African ethnic groups have high HIV
rates and others not? African Journal of AIDS Research, 10, 1, 51-61.


Kenyon, C., Zondo, S & Badri, M. (2010). Determinants of self perceived HIV risk is young
South African engaged in concurrent sexual relationships. Journal of Reproductive Health, 14,
171-181.

Published in:

The Southern African Journal of HIV Medicine. Vol 13,  No 1, 2012.

 http://www.sajhivmed.org.za/index.php/sajhivmed/article/view/806/651

International Journal of Social Science & Human Behavior Study – IJSSHBS

Volume 2 : Issue 1 [ISSN : 2374-1627]

Publication Date : 30 April, 2015

 http://seekdl.org/nm.php?id=5682

 

 

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